Dancing With the Stars 's six remaining contenders have reached Season 27 semi – finals, and things are heating up to a level we have not seen for some time.
Six couples make it The semi-final is almost unknown, and eliminations are becoming more stressful than ever as the show severely limits the competition. For tonight this means that each couple performs two different routines – the first will be a new dance that the celebrity has never learned before, while the second will be a dance style they have done in the past, as one of them decided by the three judges, but set to new music and choreography.
ET will be blogging live all semi-final games in the ballroom when the show starts, so follow us on Twitter and Facebook as we summarize the many epic dances of the night.
Milo and Witney Restore Their Cha-Cha
Milo and Witney were another couple tasked to restore their # 1 mentorship team under the mentorship team. Carrie Ann
The couple walked on the dance floor Steamy Cha-Cha – set by Austin French on "Good Feeling" in bright red ensembles – and set fire to the dance floor with perfect footwork and energetic self-esteem.
Carrie Ann had a lot of love, even her mentor, criticizing Milo's savagery and untamed physicality.The jurors had a great love for the dance as a whole, but minor reviews hinted that their score would not be perfect.
In the end, the pair earned another 28 out of 30, for a total of 55 out of 60. 
Evanna and Keo rewrite their past Foxtrot
18:49:  After their perfectly danced first night dance, Evanna and Keo were together with Len for their judges' dance and were tasked with resuming their dance Foxtrot of Week 1.
It could not have been better, how strong Evanna has grown since the show started. She has become a more open, self-assured actress, and much seems to be due to Keo's leadership and friendship.
For their stunning foxtrot set, "Rewrite the Stars" by The Greatest Showman – The Biggest Showman The couple once again rocked the purple ensembles and delivered a heartwarming routine that blew them all up.
While Len and Bruno seemed to miss the show during the performance, Carrie Ann thought the dance was flawless and the couple earned 28 out of 30 for the incredible dance.
Their combined score is 58 out of 60, which would ideally take them straight to the finals, but with the audiences' voices so unpredictable, it's hard to guess what's going to happen.
Juan Pablo and Cheryl double perfection
After Juan Pablo and Cheryl scored a perfect score for their Argentine tango, they partnered with Bruno, who decided to retake their Week 1 play salsa to show how much better this is amazing ncer has been helped by Cheryl's help.
The couple walked onto the dance floor for his sexy, Havana-infused routine – tuned to "Tu Sonrisa" by Elvis Crespo – where Juan Pablo had another chance to show off his abs and his absolutely incredible footwork.
The chemistry between the two was electric with each movement, and they made their mentor very happy with the performance.
Carrie Ann's feedback was largely just her shouting "yes" at the top of her lungs while Lens praise was equally exuberant.
In the end, Juan Pablo and Cheryl grabbed their second perfect 30 out of 30, a total of 60 out of 60. They are by far the front runners for the Mirrorball trophy. I hope the audience keeps the voices in the game. Joe and Jenna get some tips from Carrie Ann
After Carrie Ann was named his favorite judge at the beginning of the evening, it turns out that this is the case that she is Joe and Jenna's mentor to the Judges & # 39; Dance was and she did her best to make sure they could do better than at the beginning of the season.
They meet for their impressive routine – set to "Check it out" by Oh the Larceny – the elongated contestant could impress the judges who complimented Joe's frame and his clean footwork.
After receiving much love from Carrie Ann, Joe ran and gave her a hug. It turned out, however, that all three judges liked the dance. The two scored 24 out of 30 points, their highest score ever on the show and a total of 46 out of 60.
Alexis and Alan Get Funky and Retro
Alexis and Alan finally got the chance to win their Doing Week-1-Jive again after being paired with Bruno for Judges & # 39; Dance.
For the routine, they opted for a retro aerobics number, complete with shimmering, super-short training costumes that showed Alexis (and Alan's) perfectly toned legs.
The jive set to "Yes" by Merry Clayton was a rough, wild fun that still brought a lot of substance and style, which demanded a lot from the mentor and the two other judges.
"The concept I loved, but the dancing was fantastic," Len wondered.
When the couple joined Erin on the balcony, the couple could not contain their excited energy as they jumped like adorable lunatics.
The energy level has just risen, having earned 30 out of 30 points, a total of 58 out of 60 points.
Bobby and Sharna Be Mentored by Len
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For Bobby and Sharnas Judges' Choice Dance, they were paired with Len, who wanted the couple to make a jive – like the radio star in the first week -, this time only on "Gimme Some Lovin & # 39;" from The Spencer Davis Group.
The brilliant gold ensembles Bobby and Sharna entered the dance floor with a great deal of energy and enthusiasm, showing how much the star has developed as a performer over the last two months of the competition.
In the end, however, Bobby added his signature. He took off his black shirt and showed a white T-shirt underneath, showing Lens smiling face.
The judges appreciated how much he had grown and rewarded him with 24 out of 30 for a total of 45 out of 60.
Milo and Witney step up their game again
Milo Manheim showed some love for his mother, the actress Camryn Manheim, by dedicating her first dance of the night. It's only fitting after she comes out to assist him out of the audience every week.
When he and his partner Witney hit the ground, the couple took off a beautiful, clean and passionate Argentine tango – The Weeknd's "Pray for Me", Kendrick Lamar – that was a wonderful homage to his devoted mother.
After the dance, Milo made sure he passed by and hugged his mother before receiving much love and praise from the judges. While his Argentine tango was inevitably compared to Juan Pablo's performance at the next level, the routine still found great appreciation.
Eventually, perhaps because of the epic early Argentine tango of the night, the couple earned a 27 out of 30 (despite the fact that it would probably have been a perfect 30 every other night). However, they still have another chance to impress the jury with their second appearance tonight.
Evanna and Keo become emotional after flawless performance
Evanna and Keo are the couple that keeps getting better Each week, and this week they delivered an amazing number that the actress gave her his late friend and filmmaker Simon Fitzmaurice, who died last year after a long fight with ALS.
The couple walked onto the dance floor in sumptuous, pale violet ensembles that provided a contemporary routine for Andra Day, standing on "Stand Up for Something," and it ended perfectly with both dancers holding their hands to an empty director's chair Simon's name extended.
The dance was hit with overwhelming praise from the judges, who valued the importance of dance, and Evanna's evolution as a dancer. The couple earned 30 out of 30 points.
When Keo talked to Erin on the balcony after the dance, he was moved to tears when the co-presenter really shared her love for the longtime professional who never made it, so far in the competition before it.
Juan Pablo and Cheryl stay strong
Juan Pablo and Cheryl went into the semi-finals and were the only pair to have made three perfect results this season.
For His First Dance Night During the night, Juan Pablo became emotional in his pre-recorded package, explaining why he had decided to dedicate the dance to his beloved mother, who had successfully fought cancer and in the words of the star "Warrior woman" was.
When they took it On stage for their Argentine tango set to [Libertango] from Forever Tango it was hard to remember, to breathe. They have done sexy and precise dances in the past, but the music, the red and smoky lighting and the incredible choreography created something truly amazing.
After the dance, as they bask in the splendor of a standing ovation Juan Pablo ran over to hug his mother and father, who were watched by the audience.
The judge's feedback was effusive. Len said he would "always" remember her Argentine tango, while Bruno and Carrie Ann were almost speechless about the impeccability of the dance.
"People who've watched our series with me for 27 seasons have been blown away," Carrie Ann said. "They are in a class of their own."
It is needless to say that the pair reached its fourth perfect 30 out of 30 and is undoubtedly the pair that deserves to win the Mirrorball trophy (though this is impossible.) Predicting who actually wants.)
Joe and Jenna Get Romantic
For her semi-final, Jenna decided to show Joe's romantic side with a warm, contemporary routine set on "This Year's Love" David Gray, and there was no lack of hot chemistry between the two.
Joe dedicated the dance to his fiancé Kendall, who was in the audience to cheer him on as he and Jenna performed a dance with almost constant physical contact that might even have Jenna's DWTS pro-boyfriend Val Chmerkovskiy made little jealous.
As Joe mentioned in his comments, Joe had little to do with the dance, but they all agreed he did, he did well and did nothing actively.  The pair earned a respectable 22 out of 30 for their efforts and received their second "8" of the season from Carrie Ann, who declared Joe his "favorite judge".
Alexis and Alan Get Even Closer  5:19 PM:
For her first dance, Alexis dedicated her partner Alan's routine to everything he did to facilitate her growth as a dancer.
When they went on stage to visit their waltz On "Water" by Bishop Briggs, the sexy couple played one of their most seductive numbers of the season so far, and it was hard to avoid feeling the electricity between them.
Bruno congratulated the "celestial fluid" of the dance and all else Three judges had a lot of love for the routine – apart from Carrie Ann's insane hatred of elevators and Lenin's annoyance that the dance did not have enough traditional waltz content.
Bobby and Sharna hold their heads high
17:12:  Bobby's naked torso was a smile, even after he and Sharna.
For their efforts, the pair scored a remarkable score of 28.30 a disappointing 21 out of 30.
The star, however, was not worried about the score. Instead, he used his time on the microphone to express his support for those affected by the California forest fires.
"There are many people here who really hurt," Bones said, encouraging all his fans to donate for those displaced by the forest fires.
Bobby and Sharna show their merry energy
Bobby's first dance was dedicated to his Legion by fans, whom he fully acknowledges are the only reason he made it that far.
"I'm not here for my results, I'm here for my people," Bobby said in the pre-recorded program. And he definitely gave his fans what they were looking for when he and Sharna set the stage for a wild, towering salsa set by Flo Rida on "GDFR".
With members of the audience on stage To cheer on Bobby and Sharna for their energetic performance, this was a fun, exciting homage to the spirit of loving life – a message that the star constantly DWTS while the judges valued his lust for life, they did not really get high marks for his technical ability. However, they threw a commercial before they revealed the results, and we have to see how its fun energy translates into numbers.
Semi-finals start with a shimmer
Instead of the usual […] with a huge musical number, the DWTS semi-final games decided to take a walk through the memory by taking each pair with a projection on the dance floor and a quote from one of their previous pre-recorded packages brought to the stage their hopes for the season.
It was not as bombastic as in most weeks, but it made the point clear: tonight it's all about the couples and who will go to the finals.
Where we stand after Last week …
After the exciting Country Night last week, three couples found themselves in the chopping block and the fans had to wait for two of them in an expected, but adopt a brutal double elimination. 19659002] John Schneider and his partner Emma Slater got the ax next to DeMarcu's ware and Lindsa y Arnold, the six remaining couples left in the crowded semifinals of today. Given the number of stars remaining, there's a fair chance we'll see another double elimination at the end of today's show.
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